In making a powerpoint some animation schemes include slide transitions and some do not. When would a transition be appropriate? When would it not be appropriate? If a slide transition is applied to a single slide in a presentation, should it be applied to all the slides? Why or why not?
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There is no hard and fast thumb rule for slides animation in power point presentations. It all depends upon the content you are delivering.
If your content demands the animation and slide transitions then it is better to go with it, as presentation with animations always grabs user attention. And it can probably help you overcome ...